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Anti-Israeli activists, children arrested for protest in Woolworths
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Anti-Israeli activists, children arrested for protest in Woolw...

JOHANNESBURG - The BDS members want Woolworths to stop sourcing food from Israel. The group is unhappy that the company is sourcing around R15-million worth of food products from Israel annually. Protest leader Sumayya Omar said, "We are saying to ... ENCA, 5 hours ago

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Blackburn Citizen, 3 days ago

Students do Sri Lankan School Muscat proud at Edexcel exams

Muscat: Students of Sri Lankan School Muscat did their alma mater proud at the Edexcel International Examinations held in May/June 2014. International GCSE Top Achievers The students excelled at the International GCSE, where a total of 28A* and 19 ...
 Times of Oman1 week ago

Fadar Bege's songs, one year after: A tribute

I was in Mina, in Saudi Arabia after the Eid-el Kabir when the news of Fadar Bege's death was announced. His songs were suddenly all over the place and people were discussing him and showering encomiums on him and praying for him. In fact, I was ...
 Daily Trust Nigera3 weeks ago
Rasa News Agency

600 school pupils in Dubai virtually perform Hajj to learn

RNA - They may be a long way from Mecca but children at a private school in Dubai said they learnt a lot from a virtual Haj on Tuesday. According to a report by The National, more than 600 children at Emirates International School (EIS) in the ...
 Rasa News Agency3 weeks ago Virtual Haj Performed by 600 School Pupils in Dubai  IQNA3 weeks ago

RAK school teacher cleared in pupil beating charges

Education authorities in Ras Al Khaimah cleared a female teacher from charges of beating a primary school boy with a plastic pipe, saying she had lightly hit his hands with a ruler to calm him down. The pupil's mother had accused the teacher of ...
 Emirates Business 24/71 month ago RAK school teacher cleared of beating pupil  Emirates Business 24/71 month ago

Sambo urges Muslimah to be role models

Muslim women have been charged to live exemplary lives as true Muslims so that the youth can emulate them as role models. This notion was made by the wife of the Vice President of Nigeria, Hajia Amina Namadi Sambo, who was represented by Hajia ...
 Daily Newswatch1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Pakistan women set to defend cricket title

Nation­al team camp for Asian Games to commen­ce from Sept 14. Sana Mir will lead the squad. PHOTO: INP KARACHI: The Pakistan national women cricket team's training camp for the upcoming Asian Games will be held from September 14 to 17 ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Welcoming Autumn with tamarind lamb cutlets and a spicy chickpea chat salad

The combination is warming and speaks of the many colourful facets of Autumn and memories of the authentic flavours of home. PHOTO: SUMAYYA USMANI Chickpeas with spice, herbs and lemon are a street snack in Pakistan called chat, with bursts of ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
Business Daily Africa

Nock employee scholarships to cost Sh410m

State-owned firm National Oil Corporation of Kenya is investing Sh410 million in training of 34 employees to take up jobs created as the company embarks on its oil exploration programme. The company said the employees would be sent to universities ...
 Business Daily Africa1 month ago
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